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to stand in for romney. the debate at the university of denver will get both candidates a chance to explain their stance on the economy dru levenson cbs news >>> but first the date is wednesday in denver on october 11th, biden and republican nominee paul ryan will lock horns in danville, ky and then two more presidential debates one in hempstead new york than bulk raton, florida. from the cbs 5 weather center, our live camera looking out towards dublin that area was a record highs by sunday,,,,,,,,,, you. we know you. we know you have to rise early... and work late, with not enough sleep in between. how you sometimes need to get over to that exit, like, right now. and how things aren't... just about you anymore. introducing the all-new, smart-sensing... honda accord. it starts with you. >>> general motors recalls more than 40,000 cars and warm weather states and california. the company says a plastic part can crack from the heat and cause a fuel leak and fire. includes all 2007 and 2009 models of the chevrolet cobol and pontiacs to dance and all 2007 saturn ion a said mans general motors o
>> tonight, from the mile-high city, it's the democratic national convention. guess who's coming to denver. starring barack obama. the delegation from party town. and so many dreams to crush, we had to build a stadium. captioning sponsored by comedy central ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: thank you very much. we're delighted to be here. thank you so much. thank you to the center for the performing arts at the university of denver being kind to us all week long and we've learned something about colorado that i want to share with you, there is absolutely no middle ground in this state. we were either a rapture-awaiting promise keeper. or you drive a car that runs on gorp. next week, of course, we'll be at a much lower altitude in st. paul, minnesota, covering the republican convention. obviously, so much more oxygen and yet somehow even harder to breathe. invesco field, 84,000 revellers, the first presidential acceptance speech visible from space but before we get to barack obama, please welcome the cavalcade of hope players. stevie wonder. sheryl crow. the rolling stones were there. jimmi h
. after a 43-yard return. >> cris: and boy, let the expectations go up in denver. they were sky high anyway. but after beating the pittsburgh steelers, there's going to be a lot of super bowl talk around here. >> al: the two-minute warning with 1:58 left on opening night in denver. 31-19. 4g lte has the fastest speeds. so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who would you choose ? wow. you guys take a minute. verizon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what's pretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verizon. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't really matter how you present it. it doesn't matter how you present it. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. america's navy. a global force for good. conversion here. the officials mistakenly called but you have to do the conversion before the two-minute warning. even at 1:58. so a blown call. what else is there? so here's your two-point conversion. with mcgahee in the backfield. manning sendi
here in denver, it's day two. it's day three it's mountain time. our coverage is 26 hours behind. we must get right to the coverage. last night it was a huge one for the steps. built around a headlining speech by hillary clinton. but the lead up to the main event was full of inspiring speeches from sebelius, paterson, velazquez, schweitzer who is out with a career ending penis injury. brian schweitzer who is going to lead us into the next president of the united states. take that lieberman. they don't need you because schweitzer is in the house. what is the matter you are not jewish. that explains the bolo tie. ultimately it's the former presidential candidate and alien abduction dennis kucinich to ton yorabble rouser. >> wake up america. wake up america! [cheers and applause] >>jon: well, i have been in show biz for a long time. when you do this. isn't it supposed to be a puff of smoke or something like that. i mean a speech or end your shift playing black jack. of course not everyone chose to give a good speech. take the night's keynote speaker, governor of virginia mark this is w
, with the heaviest rain and flooding from phoenix to albuquerque. showers and thunderstorms from denver to green bay. scattered storms along the gulf coast, as well as much of florida. >> mostly 80s along the east coast. 90s from chicago to dallas. 70s from minneapolis to seattle. chilly and in the mid-50s in denver. >>> still ahead, it's debut day for apple. with millions of iphone fans waiting in anticipation. >>> then, buyer beware. maybe you noticed the smaller packages at the same prices for the products you buy. we're going to talk about that. >>> and later in "the pulse," new speculation swirling around the young royals on their overseas tour. >>> welcome back, everyone. today, all signs pointing to apple unveiling the iphone 5. it is expected to be thinner, have a bigger screen and work with faster data networks. the iphone accounts for about 70% of apple's profits. and analysts say apple may sell 10 million iphone 5s by the end of the month. 45 million by the end of the year. anticipation's been so high that sales of older iphones were down significantly over the summer. >> amazing. >>> the
and even the world's best snowboarder isn't above the law. >>> plus, denver quarterback peyton manning has a rough first quarter. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> and heavy rain is moving into the east coast. damaging winds are also possible. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. if you're just waking up, this is "early today." >>> and in sports, the atlanta falcons feasted on the broncos last night capitalizing on a sloppy first quarter performance by denver's peyton manning. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning, and what a difference a week makes. peyton manning played like an mvp last weekend, and yesterday it looked liked he needed some work. let's go to atlanta. a terrible start for peyton. third play from scrimmage. manning is picked by william moore and that led to an atlanta touchdown. the next drive, peyton threw it up and the falcons came down with it again. another interception. we're still in the first quarter. you don't think it can get any worse? well, think
at the downdown denver detention center agreed to make me an inmate for 48 hours. locked up, alone, in a room with only a camera to talk to. tell you what, when that door closes and you're in here, by yourself? it is very lonely feeling. pretty soon, the screaming starts. >> i'm going crazy in here! they're leaving me locked in a room for 23 hours a day! >> reporter: while the commotion is jarring to me -- >> making sure everybody's okay and making sure everyone has regular breathing going on, no one's trying to hurt themselves. >> reporter: it is nothing new at all for guards like thomas acey, who works the overnight shift. he makes his rounds every half hour. >> this is my pod. i listen to everything that goes on in here, just to have a good feeling on what's going on. you hear it all. >> reporter: as night falls and the lights go out, the howling and banging gets more intense. the guy in the cell directly below me is having a meltdown for several hours now, screaming, banging on the door of his cell. my neighbor downstairs also in solitary has taken off his clothes, he's urinated all over
. here now, al michaels. >>> and with cris collinsworth we do pittsburgh at denver on sunday night. the pittsburgh steelers in this game have been turned into the washington generals, right? playing the harlem globe trotters. because all anybody wants to talk about is peyton manning. it's what we'll talk about right now. everybody wants to see him in a different uniform. how effective will he be? the town will be going crazy. what a night that's going to be sunday. >> yeah. and i got a chance to watch the game tapes, obviously, of him going along. and the first two preseason games, eh, you know, it didn't look like him. and then in the third one he took a big-time shot. just as he was releasing the ball, completed the ball down the field about 40 yards. and from that moment on it was just the peyton manning show. here he goes. the nfl, they don't give you any easy spots out there. so you're going to come back, you're going to get traded to denver. okay. we're going to give you the number one defense in all of football. here come the pittsburgh steelers. we understand james harrison
progression gets some showers in towards minneapolis. a lot of activity to the north and west of you. denver getting in on showers. thunderstorms in the afternoon. still a few spots down through southern nevada. we could see some localized issues with flash flooding early this morning. then the threats shifting eastward today after some of the issues through southern california the last couple of days. here's a look at the other chance. the onshore flow in florida. frontal boundary has made its way farther on south. especially as you get daytime heating in the area, be on the lookout for that. mainly central to southern portions of florida. down towards the coastal city, i-10 corridor. southern louisiana, southeastern texas may get some showers. tomorrow better chances. the best chance of showers still the four corners as the ejection in the north and east. the clock as we get into tomorrow, that's where you get some chances over towards chicago. for today you are on the quieter side of things. here's a close jr. look in at the showers crossing into the i-90. that's a look at the region. let
-year-old suspected gunman is holed up with a hostage at radio shack in denver after firing shots. according to the report of kdvr in denver the suspect is posting pictures and comments on facebook and calling his friends. one post said, quote, swear to god, i'm going to die. alicia with the news live from denver. >> this has been going on about 3.5 hours. the hostage negotiation team from the denver police department is about a block.5 and a half mind me and there's one denver police officer in the radio shack with what hostage and one suspect. police say they believe the suspect is armed. there's a lot of communication going on. some of this on line. however, we don't know how much communication is going on between the hostage negotiation team and suspect. at this time from what we're told from people in the area is the suspect a tave-on. we don't know his last name. a close friend that used to work with him are shocked, that this is a respectful young man they rarely even her curse. they can't believe this is has but police say it's a dangerous situation, so much so they have c
the tone early and even the world's best snowboarder isn't above the law. >>> plus, denver quarterback peyton manning has a rough first quarter. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> and heavy rain is moving into the east coast. damaging winds are also possible. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." sweetie, you have to scrub it first. no you don't, honey. yes, you do! don't! i've washed a few cupcake tins in my day... oh, so you're a tin expert now. is that... whoa nelly! hi, kitchen counselor here. he's actually right... with cascade complete. see cascade complete pacs work like thousands of micro-scrubbing brushes to help power away tough foods even in corners and edges. so, i was right, right? i've gotta run. more households use cascade dishwashing detergent than any other brand. head north, to someplace pristine like acadia national park. there is nothing like the parks this time of year. the falling leaves, the crisp air, the perfect inspiration for air wick's fall collection. yeah, when i smell all those things, i know fall is in the ai
smug sense of self satisfaction. they chose denver not for its association with the faste american beverage but its sheer height, a city literally a mile above the rest of america. for which these liberal -- from which these liberal elites can peer down upon the rabble, judging whether or not we're separating paper from plastic and hurling energy-saving lightning bolts from us on high as were once hurled down from olympos. jon? >> jon: rob? >> what's up? >> jon: rob? >> what's up? >> jon: rob, we're not doing that any more, rob. we're not doing it. what is your opinion, rob, on the elitist versus salt of the earth ker if you havele with the democrats? -- salt of the earth kerfufrnsle with the democrats? >> i can tell you that democrats love government that's fair -- universal health care, and twins. >> >> hit it. ♪ they love hunting for some beer, chugging lots of beer, knocking down some pins, finding bin laden, and twins and they love pounding back crown royal, responsibly finding the best six sources of oil, reducing carbon haze, marrying the gays, driving the prius, pretendin
that first debate is next wednesday in denver and did you know that early voting has for the first time today voting in a swing state, iowa. guess who's there john king. iowa city, iowa. john, are you seeing many early voters where you are? >> reporter: we have seen quite a few of them brooke. we had a camera here in iowa city and des moines earlier today. i wouldn't say it's gangbusters but modest lineseople saying pretty good loins and if you look at the stickers, the t-shirts a lot them are obama voters so you would say score the first day of early voting in iowa for the president and a cautionary note though. there's a strategic difference of the republicans and the democrats. democrats early investing in early voting and i talked to steve grubs saying the democrats won the early voting in 2010 and did quite well in the statewide races and legislative races and there's a difference of how important early voting is and votes in 2010 cast early. 35 states and the district of columbia allow some form of i critical part. young voters a state where in 2008. their enth
," peyton manning walked away a winner nine times. but those came in colts jerseys. this time with denver, as the broncos visited the atlanta falcons last night. first possession in the game for denver, manning picked off by william moore. next possession, intercepted again by thomas decoud. then, still in the first quarter, robert mcclain picked him off again. just the second time in manning's career he's thrown three interceptions in the first quarter. atlanta up 13-0 in the second quarter. matt ryan hits a wide-open tony gonzalez. 20-0. broncos trying to strike. right before halftime. manning to the end zone. demaryius thomas, initially ruled incomplete by the replacement refs. we go upstairs and review the play. thomas does, in fact, drag the left foot. the call is reversed. it's a 20-7 game at half. third quarter now, ryan rolling out. hits roddy white for the touchdown. the birds up 27-7. fourth quarter, manning making things interesting. willis mcgahee punches it in. and despite those three picks, denver, now, down just six points. 2:35 to go in the game. third down. denver needs a
and their way through the new york area. some chicago lane and drug convictions and denver. should be pretty good into houston. 70's and toward senator's the low eighties run morgan hill 56 these east the temperature is still very pleasant. we're about 62 degrees below clearing in the temperatures stanko about 58 degrees in daly city. of approaches the coast and as we head towards the weekend in the first the form will be a cool one. >>> to the court and friends of the publisher of the gossip magazine must stop using topless photos of kate middleton. the magazine, closer to publish 40 pictures of the duchess of cambridge today a judge blocked for the display included on the internet. it quoted. the magazine to handle your own digital images. the ruling does not affect other publications and other countries that also showed the pictures. >>> the business segment of the lockout. union members are gathering to live in the strike. how the mayor has gone to court to try half the teachers forced to back to work. some tense moments aboard an american airlines flight from san francisco that landed i
landing. this was the scene at denver international airport today. firefighters racing up the stairs there to get onto the plane. mrs. romney and her team in mid-flight when the cabin filled with smoke. the pilot declaring an emergency. abc's senior national correspondent jim avila covers aviation for us and he leads us off tonight. >> reporter: the romney private campaign jet, a ten-seater, was at 40,000 feet when thick smoke began filling the cabin. on board, ann romney, secret service agents, and her press secretary, sarah haley, to whom we spoke moments ago. >> it was apparent that it was an electrical fire. we never actually saw any open flames or anything, but there was a significant amount of smoke. >> reporter: the crew moved the passengers towards the emergency exit, as the pilot declared an emergency on the radio. the plane was heading from omaha, nebraska, to santa monica, california, when it turned around, as you can see in this flight path tracker. and began a rapid decent towards denver. >> we have an electrical issue here and we're going to declare an emergency. probab
in the nfl, after all. the quarterback getting in his first game last night with the denver broncos. the question is, who else looked good in week one of the nfl season? it's way too early for this. >>> good morning, i'm willie geist, and this is "way too early," the show whose daughter has her first day of kindergarten today. i'm glad you're up with us this morning, watching on msnbc. you're listening live on sirius xm radio. you can e-mail me or tweet me @williegeist. or do what rg3 does and text the word "awake" followed by your response to 622639. we'll read the best responses later in the show. >>> the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for this monday, september 10th. a lot to tell you about including mitt romney defending the absence of afghanistan and american troops from his convention speech. we'll play that for you. >>> plus, president obama bear hugged and lifted off the ground by the owner of a florida pizza joint. we'll tell you how the secret service felt about this one a little bit later in the show. >>> first, though, let's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. h
for tonight's rally in denver before launching a three-day bus tour through ohio. but some say the campaign is in need of new energy. a chance to recharge, a chance to reboot as well. that's something one outspoken republican has been calling for this weekend. here's what sarah palin wrote to the conservative magazine "the weekly standard." quote with, so much at stake in this election, both mitt romney and paul ryan should go rogue. and not hold back from telling the american people the true state of our economy, and national security. today on fox news sunday, wisconsin governor, scott walker, echoing that sentiment. >> i just like to see more of the enthusiasm that i saw when the two of them were together early on. i think that's what mitt romney believes in. think that's what will draw people to mitt romney. not only in my state but in states across the country. particularly battleground states and i think that's what's at stake here. >> live with me, erin mcmike, reporter for real clear politics and the executive editor for the national journal hotline. erin let me start with you. does
is compared to the local media, and, c, how much the voters are going to decide an election in the denver suburbs, for instance, or the virginia suburbs, although they have "the washington post" there, how much they're going to be reading newspapers and how much power the newspaper owners have. >> there's a lack of competition. we're live hello in a team where most media markets are one media newspaper market so the owner of the paper that's left standing has a disproportionate amount of pow ir. it's no that they don't have competition. it's that they can shape the news, not having to worry that a competitor will have an alternate set of facts, that a newspaper owner can feel more, i guess, more latitude to bake into the coverage what they want to bake into without fear that the competitor will call them out. there's also the issue where we think we're living in a time where there's a proliferation of news outlets. there are more and more that remain, television, radio, internet websites are basing their coverage on what's originally reported in a newspaper. the newspapers still have the
that dates back to the middle ages. >> thanks to specialists at a denver pediatric hospital her condition was diagnosed as bubonic plague. clayton sandel reports. >> reporter: this little girl is in the hospital recovering from the fight of her life. >> can you get up and walk? >> reporter: the 7-year-old came down with what her parents thought was flu. >> my little sierra wasn't herself. >> reporter: then a seizure, her breathing stopped. >> i thought my gosh we will lose her. >> reporter: she was air lifted to rocky mountain hospital for children in denver, fever spiking, 107 degrees. >> i remember leaving that morning scared when i came back that she wasn't going to survive. >> reporter: when doctors jennifer snow found clues, swollen lymph node in her leg and bug bites. >> that was my eureka, ah-ha moment. >> reporter: then her parents remembered, just days before, the family had been to a campground where sierra jane found a dead squirrel. doctors suspect fleas jumped from the girl to their young host infecting her with bubonic plague. the same black death that killed 25 million peop
stadium in denver. this year these democrats dream and hope that something similar, and without it they say it can't happen. president obama arrived in charlotte as the news spread. he'll give a speech thursday night, the high point of the dnc, in the main convention venue, time warner arena, not in bank of america stadium that's three times larger but exposed. the chance of rain is 30% to 40%. >> clearly team obama felt that having this thing drenched in a thunderstorm outweighed the benefits they got in denver for a big outdoor crowd. clint eastwood showed them when it's undercut by circumstances. >> reporter: republicans charge democrats just couldn't fill the stadium. >> i think it also has more to do with attendance rather than precipitation. >> a democratic delegate says she was pestered for tickets. >> messages, phone calls, e-mails coming from everyone i know across the united states. i know they could have filled the seats. >> reporter: with the stadium event canceled, thousands who waited in line for seats are out of luck thursday. >> i got my tickets and i was so exci
on the back? >> no, all business. 1:00 here. >> denver is peyton's place. after a year on the sidelines. peyton manning shines in his mile high debut. >> this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, september 10, 2012. >>> good morning, everybody. good to be with you on a monday. i'm terrell brown. we'll hear more talk on the campaign trail about the steal mate in washington. democrats and republicans not working together particularly when it comes to the budget. over the weekend both sides said don't blame us. >> so i'm, you know, more than happy to work with republicans and what i've said in reducing our deficits we can make sure we cut $2.5 for every dollar of increased revenue. >> i'm more than happy to work with him. what we've learned in this presidency he says one thing and does another. >> the president and romney campaign battled over taxes. susan mcginnis is back in washington with more. good morning to you. >> good morning. with the convention over it's now a race to the finish line for the presidential candidates. president obama seems to be enjoying a post-convention lift and
cool there. a cornfield maze, featuring denver broncos quarterback, number 18, peyton manning. it's the work of fritzer will farms of a small town north of denver. the fields have featured elvis and ray charles. >> aliens didn't do that? are you sure? >> lasers had something to do with it. >> lasers and aliens, maybe. >>> now, for a look at the morning road conditions. heavy downpours make for a slick commute across texas and louisiana into oklahoma city, little rock and memphis. roads will be wet at times from miami to charleston. >> if you're flying, weather-related airport delays are possible in dallas and houston. >>> back to the news. and ill-conceived burglary attempt has landed a suspect in a southern california jail. >> this is surveillance video taken inside an apple store last week. you see the suv driven inside. an accomplice is busy stealing the iphones and ipads, the driver tries to back out. but he has trouble with the store's security gate. yeah. he eventually gets out. the license plate falls, however. when he goes back to retrieve the plate, yeah. he's arrested. h
you get towards denver, maybe some activity later in the afternoon with potential thunderstorms. the best chance areas for showers and thunderstorms are through portions of arizona where you see some good coverage. this is still early in the day. once we get daytime heating factoring in, that can produce local flash flood potential with heavier showers, especially as you overlap some of the areas that have over seen the showers. lake meade, this could help the situation there, down about 113 feet from full pool. once you talk about temperatures, you find at least a few cool spots. 53 in medford, oregon, 55 in san francisco. late they are afternoon many areas looking for decent temperatures. a large lake tahoe is beautiful. in souft earn california dodging showers, flagstaff, some thunderstorm potential. >>> at least if you're watching out for potential flash flooding, we'll talk about those and track them moving east. >>> techs tumble, go daddy goes down. could a new iphone help boost the economy. early morning business hdlines ahead. >>> the star of "the dark knight rises" show
to the north and east. denver, may see a chance for a thunderstorm late this afternoon. better chances tomorrow. behind this, we'll see chings in temperatures for billings. yesterday you were in the 90s. they are going to drop back. rainfall in fact next 48 hours. for today, coming in quiet across the area. here is a look at florida. this morning, coming in quiet with the front in place. likely, the daytime heating gets things going. we'll talk about the temperatures which are going to be the coolest we'll see so far this week. >> sounds good. >>> text, tumble, go daddy goes down. could a new iphone help boost the economy? your look at business headlines is straight ahead. >>> coming up, a marathon in cincinnati and the longest u.s. open final ever. you are watching "first look" on msnbc. in america today we're running out of a vital resource we need to compete on the global stage. what we need are people prepared for the careers of our new economy. by 2025 we could have 20 million jobs without enough college graduates to fill them. that's why at devry university, we're teaming up with companie
to the floor. >> she was in denver four years ago. now back for this one. did he close the deal tonight? >> i think he absolutely did. absolutely. he laid out his accomplishments, he laid out his plans for the middle class, i absolutely think he did. >> what other speech stood out? >> there have been so many of them. as a woman, i was completely inspired by sandra fluke and sister -- i forgot her name but the nuns on the bus. michelle obama and president clinton were amazing. the governor not to that of the park tonight. >> what about the president's speech tonight? what did you take away from what he said? >> he has more work to do. we have to send him back and keep him going. i believe -- this is great. i had butterflies in my rec -- in my stomach. i was so excited to listen to him in person. >> why do you think this race is so close? >> it is close because president obama has had a lot of policies. they're not sound bites. they are complex and interesting. we're trying our best to lay it out but it is not a talking point. this convention is going to highlight some of those issues like medi
with the cooler numbers. 58 in denver. later this afternoon, a better chance of showers, thunderstorms in denver. it's quiet from kansas city to chicago. tomorrow is the best chance for showers. a good stretch of the east coast is quiet. beautiful for your travel weather. southern florida is your best chance for showers. looking to the north, up toward pressure to the east giving better conditions for many there in the western side of the state. mara? >> thank you very much, todd. >>> jessica simpson's odd new commercial. plus, a new chris brown controversy. hid he really debt a new tattoo showing rihanna's beaten face? you're watching "first look" on msnbc. ary, and commitment is not limited to one's military oath. the same set of values that drive our nation's military are the ones we used to build usaa bank. with our award winning apps that allow you to transfer funds, pay bills or manage your finances anywhere, anytime. so that wherever your duty takes you, usaa bank goes with you. visit us online to learn what makes our bank so different. i just finished a bowl of your new light chicken pot
sunny in atlanta, 80 degrees. st. louis 76. denver 80 morning fog and mostly sunny skies in seattle, 77 degrees. >>> an ambitious crime fighting project is being tested in london. it began with an advertising agency. they paint baby faces on places usually defaced by graffiti. >> reporter: when shutters come down in this rough neighborhood of southeast london there's baby faces all around. store owners hope images will keep criminals away. >> you don't want to break into the shop. >> reporter: she was looking for a way to fight the violence that swept through london last summer. rioters set parts of the city on fire and attacked police after officer shot and killed a young man. this is one of several stores with babies on the shutters. the company behind the project plan to monitor crimes here. they want to find out if these baby faces made a difference. local toddlers were selected as models. some say it's naive to think the tender look of a newborn will stop criminals. researchers say it's not that far fetched. doctors at the university of pennsylvania found big eyes and chubby cheeks
burress, the space shuttle in denver passing over the bay bridge and alcatraz, or make that treasure island, and a beautiful shot, almost like a painting there, this was taking by christopher ball. the shuttle endeavor over the iconic golden gate bridge. a couple of icons, beautiful. >> our cameras went along with some san fransisco schoolchildren that turns the shuttle visit into a field trip, they hiked up to the park above coal valley for the perfect vantage point and then they waited, and watched. >> it is going to be very hard to find because the sun is going to be in her face and most of us predict that it is going to be over here, way over there. so i am not sure. >> if future reporter on our hands ... the kids got a great show as the shuttle circled the city and disappeared just over the trees of mount sutro. >> the space shuttle first flight was back in 1992, it blasted off from the kennedy space center in may of that year, its last mission of course back in may of 2011. the shuttle launch a total of 299 days in space, and that was a grand total of 25 missions. >> traveled n
travels to denver. and a little later on this evening, at about 40 minutes from now, firstly michelle obama will address the congressional black caucus foundation in their awards dinner. it is held each year as part of their annual legislation conference to honor african- americans who have made significant contributions. that is at 7:30 p.m. eastern time. in less than two weeks, the presidential candidates meet for the first time in the first of three debates. the first one is wednesday, october 3 from the university of denver. you can see that live on c-span, c-span raider, and online at c- span.org. another rally this week in milwaukee, mitt romney spoke. ♪ i was born free >> good afternoon. good afternoon. isn't it great to be on this market campus? [applause] i am a proud mother of a freshman student here on campus and, when i get a chance to see my son or talk to him, i most appreciated. thank you, matt. thank you for coming out. scott and i are asked all the time why we do what we do. why do we spend so much time and energy trying to make wisconsin a better place? he is the r
. >>> peyton manning's denver debut. one of the keys to a generation away from the game for two years but showing he's still got it. >>> and online outrage. the parent who encouraged his son to do this. >>> good morning, everyone. we begin this monday with the new school year in chicago about to come to a screeching halt. >> that's right. this morning, teachers in the nation's third largest school system are set to go on strike for the first time in 25 years. >> months of tense negotiations over pay and job security collapsed late last night. and the strike will mean no classes for more than 400,000 students and no paychecks for 29,000 teachers and support staff. mayor rahm emanuel blamed the teachers calling the strike unnecessary. >> we are making this progress. this is no time to have a strike, given the issues are not financial, two issues that we can finish. >> 144 schools will be open to serve breakfast and lunch and offer some form of supervision. as parents scramble to make other plans. we will be following the stories throughout the morning on abc. >>> also developing overnig
a bit of moisture from minneapolis westna of omaha down through denver.h . would you believe tonight first snow possible above 11,000 people in the rockies?th they could get 4-8 inches. that's the front that's comingt' in our direct.s ct notify how it's dropping the temperatures behind it. when you of 94 in wichita, and 53 in denver, something chilly is coming. c and that's the front that willth be here friday.fr and probably keep thepr temperatures obgoing in a comfortable direction.coor we're about 82 degrees tomorrow, friday, about 11, again, we talked about a -- 81, again, we 1,talked about a couple showers. saturday and sunday, not bad. if we have showers left over,hoe they would be in the overnight hours. so so far, so good.. next week could be unsettled, including monday, tuesday, and wednesday.y. not sure how much rain we'll get, but that frontal boundaryfr will be the first kind of waveo in bringing the jetstream in a dip. >> thanks. >>> last night another case of a nats ofbench player, coming up p when it mattered the most. s som. but this president cannot tell us that you
is back. we'll start in denver, where mile-high stadium is now peyton's place. he didn't miss a beat against the steelers. toss to demarius thomas. and watch him go. peyton's first touchdown as a bron bronco. >>> what a debut for robert griffin iii. the rookie looked like a seasoned vet. found pierre garcon across the middle. griffin threw a pair of touchdowns and the skins upset the saints 40-32. >>> andrew luck's debut didn't go as well. picked off three times. the bears are expecting big things out of jay cutler and brandon marshall. they got it. chicago beat indy 41-21. >>> mark sanchez didn't throw a single touchdown in the preseason because apparently he was saving it for the bills. three touchdowns. the only thing that went wrong was on the sidelines. rex ryan levelled by scott chandler. popped right back up. jets were all smiles and why not? they won it 48-28. >>> pats and titans. rob gronkowski picked up where he left off last season. new england up 21-3. but the celebration needs some work. not exactly the kind of spike he had in mind. the pats are happy he can hold on to t
of the country. denver. front that will push our way. i will let you know what effect that will have, coming up. a cause of death report is culpeper today after the woman shot to death police earlier this year was found dead. maintenance workers discovered of 62-year-old gary cook yesterday morning. foul play does not appear to be a factor. neighbors are shocked by the death. >> after the incident with his saw him less. >> he said everything was going ok, but that it was hard for him. >> the officer that shot cook was fired. he faces a murder charge. cook filed a wrongful death lawsuit against police. 18-year-old marckel ross was walking to central high school early tuesday .orning investigators have no motives, leeds, suspects. his family and understand why anyone would hurt him. police are asking anyone with information to call them. several dogs were removed from the bethesda home after owner was found dead inside the. at 11:30und a woman last night on corsica drive. they removed several dogs. some of them already dead. on what led to the woman's death. >> a wealthy texas businessman hiring
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